They had come to Joplin that spring and rented a small house. They claimed to be Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Callahan. They said they were from Minnesota. She was about 4’10” tall and had a narrow face. She weighed 85 pounds. She had a tatoo on the inside of her thigh. She read romance magazines, painted her toenails pink, dyed her hair red, and wrote terrible amateur poetry. Her alleged husband was also short. He was one of eight children of an itinerant fieldhand. He had a fifth-grade education and a prison record. They were killers. Her real name was Bonnie Parker; his was Clyde Barrow.
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